I bought 3 grown zinnias and a replacement for my dried-up blue daze. And they’re growing healthily.
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I bought sansevieria plants for my desk, mini palm plant for the other room, a welcome plant and 2 succulents. They made my week!
I pruned my rapidly growing thunbergia erecta vine. I finally had the confidence to prune it mid-length of the branch (I used to think that this might not work). I’m hoping that it will produce thick foliage (and more flowers) in the future.
I also transplanted my jasmine plant into the big pot. Also hoping that it will grow big and bloom fragrant flowers.
The petite marigold has already formed a dense cover. I snipped a branch and planted into a uniform box (which used to grow my wild fern).
As with the jalapeno pepper plant, it found a new place in the wall-pot in the other room (facing the afternoon sun). I just have to watch for the white flies and aphids.
I also tried to propagate the oregano thru cuttings.
Looking forward to this “green thumb” adventure!
I also planted sunflower seeds and more cosmos seeds!
I also have new plants: purple calanchoe, a purple succulent and cotton candy arboreal plant.
Next: cilantro plants from seeds… and maybe more from the Sunday market tomorrow.
So far, I’ve planted viola seeds, giant sunflowers (where I don’t know how it will grow in our apartment) and two kinds of zinnias: the regular and petit.
I hope by March and April my garden will be bursting with color!